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Getting legal!



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I installed r510 over the weekend. (How many posts begin with that line?)

I now have 70 days before IBM wants my money, kindly.

This particular machine is my "home" system (510-2143, 512MB, 80GB). It runs
my little music website (<plug> www.distortion.us <http://www.distortion.us>
</plug>) and that's about it. I haven't made a dime yet on that site and
don't expect to anytime soon.

So what is the cheapest way that I can begin to legally operate my machine?

r510 is the final release compatible with a 510. Do I still have to buy
software subscription?

I'm a 400 developer of 10 years and have considered packaging up some tools
or writing a Net.Data book. Could I become a business partner or a PID or
something?

Can I live without Client Access to save? (I must have IFS access, but that
appears to be separate now).

I am one cheap mo-of. Any other ideas to save me money?


Kind Regards,
Z






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